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Naomi Lubick

Naomi Lubick

Naomi Lubick

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Science reporter focusing on physical sciences and the environment.

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”
Marie Curie

Naomi Lubick has reported on earth and environmental sciences since 2000, producing news pieces on earthquakes, chemicals in the environment, and more. Her work has appeared in Nature, Scientific American, Forskning & Framsteg and elsewhere, both online and in print. After getting her degree in geology, Naomi attended the Columbia University School of Journalism. In addition to writing on a wide variety of topics for different publications, she has experience producing for radio and the web. She is a former Scripps Fellow in Environmental Journalism, and spent the 2014-2015 academic year at the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder.


Writing for New Scientist, Naomi reported on how drinking water treatment might happen at home one day, in a piece called “Pipe Dream” published August 2014: Toilet to Tap: Drinking water at the press of a flush.
Read more of her stories on her blog, including how to save frogs from a killing fungus, earthquakes in the heart of the stable North American continent, and more.